Quantitative measurement of ocular dominance using binocular rivalry induced by retinometers

@article{Handa2006QuantitativeMO,
  title={Quantitative measurement of ocular dominance using binocular rivalry induced by retinometers},
  author={T. Handa and H. Uozato and R. Higa and Marie Nitta and T. Kawamorita and H. Ishikawa and N. Shoji and K. Shimizu},
  journal={Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery},
  year={2006},
  volume={32},
  pages={831–836}
}
PURPOSE: To develop a new method using binocular rivalry and retinometers to quantitatively examine ocular dominance and to investigate the magnitude of ocular dominance in cataract patients preoperatively and postoperatively. SETTING: Eye Clinic, Kitasato University School of Medicine Hospital, Sagamihara, Kanagawa, Japan. METHODS: The duration of exclusive visibility of the dominant and nondominant eye target in binocular rivalry were measured in 60 healthy volunteers (study 1) and… Expand
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